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    December 3, 2010

    William Ryan Gallery : New art for the city?s center

    William Ryan has a unique view of Belfast from the Main Street gallery bearing his name and initials. Inside the storied fa

  • Published
    December 3, 2010

    Senior Living — new in the Citizen

    Welcome to the VillageSoup Citizen's first Senior Living page, where every other week, the Citizen will provide news and photos for the older members of our communities. The Citizen welcomes and encourages submissions and suggestions for this page. By fax: 338-3491. By mail: 48-4 Marshall Wharf, Belfast, 04915. By e-mail: belfast@villagesoup.com. Anyone with questions can call 338-0484.

  • Published
    December 3, 2010

    MBNA scholarship application deadline Dec. 3

    The application deadline for the MBNA Foundation's 2005-2006 Maine College Scholarship Program is Friday, Dec. 3. Scholarships are up to $7,500 annually and are renewable for four years. The program is open to seniors graduating from Maine high schools who plan to enroll as first-year students at a four-year accredited college or university in the state of Maine next fall. Students and their parents or guardians

  • Published
    December 3, 2010

    SAD 34 superintendent may fight GPA formula

    Tax reform could hit SAD 34 hard in the pocketbook, and Superintendent M. Robbins Young is bracing for a fight. The General Purpose Aid for Education estimates released last week showed the district losing more than $700,000 in state funding next year. Even though the Legislature will pay a larger percentage of school costs across the state, both SAD 34 and SAD 3 will get less. That's because the GPA formula

  • Published
    November 23, 2010

    Islesboro Central School announces first-quarter honor roll

    Islesboro Central School has released the names of students who made the honor roll for the first quarter. The following students made high honors (All A's): Grade 5 – Annika Rogers Grade 6 – Olivia Olson Grade 7 – Cheyenne Houle, Kathryn Snyder Grade 8 – Autumn Johnson, Eva Marie Olson, Krystal Randlett Grade 9 – Mika McKinney Grade 12 - Michelle Reidy The following students made honors (All A’s ...

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    November 16, 2010

    Wagner Middle School announces quarterly honor roll

    The following students at Samuel L. Wagner Middle School made the 2010/2011 first quarter Honor Roll: 6th Grade Highest Honors: Ruby Jeanne Bell Tessa Dinardo Theri Giardi Justin Hatch Courtney Hill Rowan Kandra Kaitlyn Kuwik Daija Misler Kurt Speed 6th Grade High Honors: Jayla Brann Christian Broberg Trey Brown Lynn Dwyer Rebecca Lynch Carianne Miller Kya Paradis Adam ...

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    November 2, 2010

    Grants, volunteers keep the beat at BCOPE

    Now in his third year as a volunteer music teacher at Belfast Community Outreach Program in Education, Tim Woitowitz has seen a lot of changes since the music program first got off the ground.Over time, it has been built up through donations of equipment from local musicians. It has also had support from the Maine Community Foundation’s Ira Cobe Fund as part of a school-wide health and wellness initiative, which ...

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    November 1, 2010

    VFW, local eateries give Northport school a boost

    The Northport VFW post and ladies’ auxiliary donate school supplies for the Drinkwater School each year, and the gift of everything from pencils and erasers to glue sticks and crayons is always greatly appreciated.“This certainly helps out,” said Drinkwater Principal Jodi Henderson, noting that the need for such supplies is often greatest as the year heads into early spring. “We especially feel it in March.”This ...

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    October 22, 2010

    A friendly bunch

    The newest members of the Nickerson Elementary School community were recently brought into the school's mission to make school days bully-free for every student. Tuesday, Oct. 19, each student in Shelley Vaughan's kindergarten class received a T-shirt that read, "Reach out in Friendship" after listening to an anti-bullying lesson. Every student who attends Nickerson School has the same T-shirt, and all ...

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    October 4, 2010

    Following breach, state delays collecting student Social Security numbers

    The effort to build a data system that includes Social Security numbers of public school students was derailed after a technology director in Gardiner's school district was able to view Social Security numbers of school staff elsewhere in the state. Maine's Department of Education responded by dumping all Social Security numbers of public high school students collected to date, and announced Tuesday evening, ...


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